Its a DNS issue.
I don't know why (probably for browser caching benefits), but currently the CSS looks like
in reply to Mysteriously Changing Font
If you're not using perlmonks.org,
and you have some kind of DNS timeout,
hitting refresh in your browser will probably resolve your current domain,
but won't resolve perlmonks.org, so css/common.css won't load.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://perlmonks.org/css/common.css" type
<link rel="stylesheet" href="?node_id=6181" type="text/css" />
I started getting lots of DNS issues like this on a WinXP machine after putting it to sleep
(used to work fine, but some update broke something %-p).
The workaround is to restart the "DNS Client" service (services.msc) after hibernating.
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